The 18,000-square-foot outdoor space includes a leisure pool with lazy river, two water slides for different age groups, water sprays and a zero-entry wading pool. The venue was created to support learn-to-swim programs, aquatic therapy sessions and aquatic exercise, as well as competitive and recreational swimming by high schools and swim clubs. Outdoor lockers and Wi-Fi add convenience. Early on, the designers worked closely with the county to set specific programming goals,  to save the time and money needed for change orders and re-evaluations during construction.

Dream Designs Deadline Extended

The deadline to submit your aquatics project for a Dream Designs award has been extended to Wednesday, April 29, 2015.


 
 

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